A friendly tip (even though I suspect you are a troll...) If you want a person's support, do not just give them a web site; briefly state what it is all about, and why you want me to go to that site. So a 'no-kill' centre kills cats and kittens? Have you thought about how there may be a reason? Animals too sick or hurt to survive being given a kind death? That some wild-caught, feral cats simply can never be become a domestic pet, and therefore would suffer greatly by being kept in captivity yet cannot be released?
Show you are a thinking as well as a caring person. Emotion is cheap, websites and petitions do not cost you anything either. Thinking does. But do it. For the animals' sake.
First, I assure you I am not a troll. Second, there is nothing "brief" about this situation and your references to sick animals or unadoptable feral cats is way off base.
Now, as briefly as possible, this involves a "no kill rescue" which takes in "adoptable" cats and kittens. The facilities mission statement reads in part; "providing lifetime sanctuary to homeless pets until adoption". This facility has killed hundreds of healthy cats and kittens because of incompetence or some other motive by the veterinarian. (She makes more money euthanizing than vaccinating). We fully understand that even a no kill facility must sometimes euthanize animals for health or behavior reasons. That is not the case here.
Upon intake the cats are tested for the FeLV/Fiv virus. In this case far too many were coming up positive for the virus and were being euthanized. Volunteers at the organization had many cats that tested positive and would have been put to death retested, some on the same day by a different veterinarian utilizing two different methods and these cats were found to be negative for the virus.
After approaching the veterinarian and the board of directors with medical documentation of faulty testing the vet and the board did not want to hear it. The vet continued to test and euthanize the very same day she was notified there was a problem with the testing. And the board fired several employees and banned many volunteers who tried to speak up for the cats.
This vet has the highest positive Felv/Fiv rate in the nation yet did not question it. Neither did the board of directors. The vet is still employed there while the employees and volunteers who tried to get the matter addressed have been removed.